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吕蕊   社会科学文献出版社  2020-07 出版
ISBN:978-7-5201-6098-8
关键词: 欧盟 核扩散 伊朗
所属专题: 国别区域

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本书从安全与规范的视角,解释欧盟如何从一个国际核不扩散制度的被动参与者转变为核不扩散制度和规范的积极维护者,如何将国际核不扩散规范内化为自己的安全规范。本书提出,欧盟反核扩散政策的形成一方面是欧盟在与国际核不扩散制度互动的过程中内化反扩散国际规范的结果;另一方面是冷战结束后,核扩散带来的危险在欧盟安全议程中地位上升、欧盟安全认知发生转移的结果。本书还以欧盟参与朝核问题和伊朗核问题的解决为案例,分析了欧盟推广核不扩散规范、解决地区核危机的方式、工具和特点等,并对其成效做了评估。
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  • 绪论
    1. 一 问题的提出
    2. 二 文献综述与研究方向
    3. 三 研究方法
    4. 四 创新点、学术价值和现实价值
    5. 五 本书结构
  • 第一章 规范与安全
    1. 第一节 规范的解析
    2. 第二节 安全的解析
    3. 第三节 反核扩散国际规范的建立
    4. 小结
  • 第二章 欧盟与反核扩散国际制度建设
    1. 第一节 反核扩散国际制度创建
    2. 第二节 欧盟(欧共体)与反核扩散国际制度建设
    3. 第三节 国际核不扩散制度面临的挑战
    4. 小结
  • 第三章 欧盟反核扩散规范的确立及实施
    1. 第一节 欧盟的安全认知与反核扩散规范的建立
    2. 第二节 欧盟反核扩散战略及其实施
    3. 第三节 欧盟的出口管制体系
    4. 小结
  • 第四章 欧盟反核扩散政策与朝核问题
    1. 第一节 朝核问题对欧盟安全的意义
    2. 第二节 欧盟说服朝鲜弃核的努力
    3. 第三节 欧盟压服朝鲜弃核的努力
    4. 小结
  • 第五章 欧盟反核扩散政策与伊朗核问题
    1. 第一节 伊朗核问题对欧盟安全的意义
    2. 第二节 欧盟对伊朗的接触与说服
    3. 第三节 欧盟对伊朗的压服与制裁
    4. 小结
  • 第六章 精准制裁与后伊核时代欧盟对《伊朗核协定》的维护
    1. 第一节 欧盟的精准制裁与《伊朗核协定》的达成
    2. 第二节 后伊核协定时代欧盟对《伊朗核协定》的维护
    3. 小结
  • 结论
    1. 一 欧盟与反核扩散国际规范
    2. 二 反核扩散国际规范与欧盟反核扩散政策
    3. 三 欧盟对朝鲜与伊朗的反核扩散政策差距
    4. 四 欧盟反核扩散政策的特点与局限
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